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Is the core leadership of al Qaeda losing control of its affiliates? CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
Some Christians in Syria say they are targeted by Islamist rebels, who accuse them of siding with Pres. Bashar al-Assad. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen has a rare report from inside the civil war-torn country.
In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, Bouthaina Shaaban, Syrian Pres. Bashar al-Assad's senior adviser, rails against foreign meddling in Syria's civil war.
While the warring parties are set to meet in Geneva for peace talks, the people of Syria face starvation, a lack of medical care, and intensifying violence that blocks life-saving aid from getting to those in need. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen is on the ground in Damascus, visiting one of the most distressed refugee camps.
Nearly three years after Syria's civil war began, U.S. officials are growing concerned that al Qaeda is using that country as a base to recruit and train Americans to wage jihad in the West. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
The civil war in Syria has reached new lows of chaos and violence as the Syrian opposition continues to fracture between moderate rebels and Islamist extremists - with the Islamists gaining the upper hand. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports on the deteriorating state of the opposition.
Although the eyes of the world have drifted elsewhere, the civil war rages on in Syria. Our Fred Pleitgen reports from the Damascus suburbs where Bashar al-Assad's army is pushing out rebel fighters block by block, neighborhood by neighborhood.
Suicide bombings targeting the Iranian embassy in Beirut killed 23 people and draw Lebanon deeper into neighboring Syria's civil war. CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom reports on the growing fears of sectarian violence in Lebanon.
New classified intelligence reports suggest Syria might try to keep some of its chemical weapons.
Late Tuesday night, a collection of some of Syria's most powerful rebel brigades made an announcement: They declared their rejection of a moderate, Western-backed interim government and embraced Sharia law as "the sole source of legislation." The announcement marks a growing divide among the rebels and makes the U.S. wary of sending arms to the opposition. CNN's Barbara Starr reports on the al Qaeda-linked groups who are strengthening their influence and the dwindling number of moderates left on their own.